ThermiRF

ThermiRF Now Available in Australia and New Zealand

We are very excited to announce the Australian and New Zealand release of ThermiRF. Previously only available in the US, ThermiRF is a compact multi-platform system addressing skin tightening and wrinkle reduction with both non-invasive and minimally invasive sub-cutaneous applications.

One of the unique features of the ThermiRF platform is its ability to safely and precisely heat the skin. Only with the ThermiRF procedure can the temperature of the tissues beneath the skin and at the surface be accurately controlled and safely monitored. This allows the maximum amount of heat to be delivered which results in increased collagen production and tightening.

Using a precise temperature-controlled radio frequency technology, Thermi™ has new and innovative products that will nip, tuck and tighten without any invasive surgery.  These products will lift a sagging neck, smooth the lines around the mouth and eyes, and even help your sex life.

 

ThermiVa®

The ThermiVa procedure is the first non-surgical means to tighten loose vaginal skin—including both the outer labia and inner vaginal canal. It helps to not only restore the look and feel of the vagina, but also with problems such as incontinence, vaginal dryness and lack of sexual pleasure due to laxity in the vaginal canal.

ThermiVa treatments deliver controlled thermal energy to the external labia and/or internal vaginal using the same technology as ThermiSmooth procedures, reducing the effects of aging.

Visit our blog to see how ThermiVa works

ThermiSmooth®

ThermiSmooth is a non-invasive procedure for smoothing fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin. A hand-held device delivers radiofrequency energy to the surface of the skin, which heats the cells and stimulates the body’s own collagen production.

ThermiSmooth is performed using a specially designed thermistor-regulated hand piece. ThermiSmooth delivers precise heating to the skins surface. Clinical studies show that the collagen in skin will shrink when heated to sustained temperatures in excess of 40°C.